Andy Moffat - Publications 2000 to 2015


Collison, J., Wilson, C.A., Moffat, A.J. and Gallacher, J. (2015).  Soil disturbance resulting from stump harvesting.  Scottish Forestry 69 (2), 20-27.

Moffat, A.J. (2015).  Climate change and land regeneration. Forest Research Best Practice Guidance for Land Regeneration BPG No. 21, Farnham, 3 pp.

Moffat, A.J. (2015).  Green infrastructure and regeneration of brownfield land.  Chapter 22.  In: D. Sinnett, N. Smith and S. Burgess (eds).  Handbook on Green Infrastructure: Planning, design and implementation, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, Cheltenham, pp. 395-413.

Moffat, A.J., Sinnett, D., Burgess, S. and Smith, N. (2015). The future of green infrastructure;  Chapter 24.  In: : D. Sinnett, N. Smith and S.Burgess (eds).  Handbook on Green Infrastructure: Planning, design and implementation, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, Cheltenham, pp. 445-464.

San-Miguel Ayanz, J., Domínguez-Torres, G., Schuck, A., Parviainen, J., Moffat, A.J., Krumm, F. and Inhaizer, H. (2015).  Criterion 5: Maintenance and appropriate enhancement of protective functions in forest management (notably soil and water).  In: Forest Europe, UNECE and FAO State of Europe’s Forests 2015.  MCPFE, Madrid, pp. 167-173.

Moffat, A.J. (2015).  Building resilience in Scotland’s urban tree populations.  ARB Magazine 171, 60-63.

Beggs, J., Irvine, K., Mell, I., Stanley, M., Jones, L., Dodd, M., Goddard, M., Moffat, A.J., Cavan, G., Rawlinson, H., Luna, L., Daie, P., van der Esch, S. and Almulla, L.  (2015). Finding the sweet spot for ecological, social and economic values of urban greening

Moffat, A.J. (2015).  Building resilience in Scotland’s urban tree populations. 

Moffat, A.J. (2015).  Building resilience in Scotland’s urban tree populations.  ClimateXChange, Edinburgh. 

Moffat, A.J. (2015).  Flexible reclamation in a dynamic world.  British Land Reclamation Newsletter, April 2015, 3-4.

Moffat, A.J. (2014). Land estates in Scotland: perceptions of climate change and climate policy. Implications for future policy support. ClimateXChange, Edinburgh.

Moffat, A.J. (2014). A new vision for land reclamation in Britain? British Land Reclamation Newsletter, March 2014, p.3.

Moffat, A.J. and Beckmann, K.J. (2014). Adaptation to support field sports (salmon fishing) on Scottish estates. 

Moffat, A.J. (2014). Hearts, minds and ecosystems. Mineral Planning 153. 

Asikainen, A., Björheden, R., Moffat, A.J. and Spinelli, R. (2014). From biomass to feedstock. In: Pelkonen, P., Mustonen, M., Asikainen, A., Egnell, G., Kant, P., Leduc, S. and Pettenella, D. (eds). Forest bioenergy for Europe. European Forestry Institute, Joensuu, Finland, pp. 59-67.

Rajapaksha, N.S.S., Butt, K.R., Vanguelova, E.I. and Moffat, A.J. (2014).Short rotation forestry – Earthworm interactions: A field based mesocosm experiment. Applied Soil Ecology 76, 52-59.

Moffat, A.J. and Pearce, H.G. (2013).Contrasting approaches to forest fire risk in New Zealand and Great Britain. Scottish Forestry 67 (4), 10-17.

Moffat, A.J. (2013). Whither reclamation research? Mineral Planning 150, p. 11

Moffat, A.J. (2013). Why young people start forest fires.  CFA Newsletter No. 62, 11.

Moffat, A.J., Lowe, R. and Christie, M. (2013). Adaptation of native woodlands in Scotland. Issues Paper. ClimateXChange, Edinburgh. 

Moffat, A.J. and Pearce, H.G. (2013). Harmonising approaches to evaluation of forest fire risk.NZ TRANZFOR Visit: Final Report. Forest Research, Farnham. 

Rajapaksha, N.S.S., Butt, K.R., Vanguelova, E. and Moffat, A.J. (2013). Earthworm selection of Short Rotation Forestry leaf litter assessed through preference testing and direct observation.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 67, 12-19.

Rajapaksha, N.S.S., Butt, K.R., Vanguelova, E. and Moffat, A.J. (2013). Effects of Short Rotation Forestry on earthworm community development in the UK. Forest Ecology and Management.

Ferretti, M., Fischer, R. and Moffat, A.J. (2013). Terrestrial methods in forest monitoring: towards the next generation? In: Ferretti, M. and Fischer, R. (eds). Forest Monitoring. Scientific methods for the terrestrial monitoring of temperate and boreal forests. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 483-496.

Moffat, A.J. and Fischer, R. (2013). Reporting forest monitoring. In: Ferretti, M. and Fischer, R. (eds). Forest Monitoring. Scientific methods for the terrestrial monitoring of temperate and boreal forests. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 469-480.

Moffat, A.J., Nicoll, B., Beckmann, K. and Roaf, S. (2013). Demonstrating adaptation – lessons learned so far in the forestry sector. ClimateXChange, Edinburgh

Vanguelova, E.I., Nisbet, T.R., Moffat, A.J., Broadmeadow, S., Sanders, T.G.M. and Morison, J.I.L. (2013). A new evaluation of carbon stocks in British forest soils. Soil Use and Management 29, 169-181.

Nijnik, M., Pajot, G., Moffat, A.J. and Slee, B. (2013). An economic analysis of the establishment of forest plantations in the United Kingdom, particularly Scotland, to mitigate climatic change.  Forest Policy and Economics 26, 34-42.

Moffat, A.J. (2012). A case of ‘adapt to survive’.  The Chartered Forester Autumn 2012, p.23.

Finlay, S., Moffat, A.J., Gazzard, R., Baker, D. and Murray, V. (2012). Health impacts of wildfires.  PLoS Currents: Disasters Edition 1. doi: 10.1371/4f959951cce2c.

Shibu, M.E., Matthews, R.B., Bakam, I., Moffat, A.J. and Baggaley, N. (2012). Estimating greenhouse gas abatement potential of biomass crops in Scotland under various management options. Biomass and Bioenergy 47, 211-227.

Moffat, A.J., Morison, J.I.L., Nicoll, B. and Bain, V. (2012).  Climate Change Risk Assessment for the Forestry Sector (PDF-1880K). Defra, London. 

Gazzard, R., Glynn, M., Held, A. and Moffat, A.J. (2011).  Wildfire 2011 – Messages for the forestry sector.  Forestry and Timber News 48, 18-19.

Moffat, A.J., Nisbet, T.R. and Nicoll, B. (2011).  Environmental effects of stump and root harvesting (PDF-1244K).  Forestry Commission Research Note FCRN009, Edinburgh.

Moffat, A.J. (2011).  Restoration for a changing climate.  Mineral Planning 136, 6.

Moffat, A.J. and Quine, C.P. (2011).  The ecosystem services framework: a new opportunity for UK forestry?  In: Landscape Ecology and Ecosystem Services, Proceedings of the 18th Annual Conference of the International Association of Landscape Ecologists (UK), University of Wolverhampton, 6-8 September 2011, C. Young, L. Besenyei, I. Hooper and K. Moreton-Jones (eds), ialeUK, pp. 55-62.

Jollands, M., Morris, J. and Moffat, A.J. (2011).  Wildfires in Wales (PDF-2391K).  Final report.  Forest Research, Farnham.

Quine, C.J., Cahalan, C., Hester, A., Humphrey, J., Kirby, K., Moffat, A.J. and Valatin, G. (2011).  Chapter 8: Woodlands.  UK National Ecosystems Assessment Technical Report. UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge. 53pp.

Vanguelova, E., Moffat, A.J., Morison, J. and Martin, S. (2011).  Can we manage the impacts of changing climate on our forest soils?  Forestry and Timber News 45, June 2011, 11-12.

Burgess, P.J., Moffat, A.J. and Matthews, R.B. (2011).  Assessing climate change causes, risks and opportunities in forestry.  Outlook on Agriculture (Special issue) Teasing out the impacts of climate change on agricultural development, 263-268.

Moffat, A.J., Benham, S., Morison, J.I.L., Pitman, R., Vanguelova, E.I., Wilkinson, M. and Yamulki, S. (2010).  The value of forest monitoring in developing forest ecosystem science in Britain.  In: John Derome – Ambassador for forest monitoring in Europe, L. Ukonmaanaho, K. Derome, P. Rautio and P. Merilä (eds), Working Papers of the Finnish Forest Research Institute 180, p. 28.

Moffat, A.J. and Morison, J.I. (2010).  UK Climate Change Risk Assessment. Forestry Sector Telephone Interview Records (PDF-662K)

Moffat, A.J., Murgatroyd, I., Hutchings, T.R. and Kennedy, F.M. (2010).  Hardwood timber extraction over sensitive soils – a terramechanical study in southern England.  Quarterly Journal of Forestry 104, 181-189.

Moffat, A.J. (2010).  Executive Summary, Introduction and Conclusions.  In: Forest Research.  Benefits of green infrastructure (PDF-1180K).  Report to Defra and CLG.  Contract No. WC0807.  Forest Research, Farnham.

Pediaditi, K., Doick, K.J. and Moffat, A.J. (2010).  Monitoring and evaluation practice for brownfield regeneration to greenspace initiatives.  A meta-evaluation of assessment and monitoring tools.  Landscape and Urban Planning 97, 22-36.

Rodriguez, O., Sellers, G., Sinnett, D., Moffat, A.J. and Hutchings, T.R. (2010).  Use of remediated soil materials for sustainable plant growth.  Land Contamination and Reclamation 18, 25-39.

Vanguelova, E.I., Benham, S., Pitman, R., Moffat, A.J., Broadmeadow, M., Nisbet, T., Durrant, D., Barsoum, N., Wilkinson, M., Bochereau, F., Hutchings, T., Broadmeadow, S., Crow, P., Taylor, P. and Durrant-Houston, T. (2010).  Chemical fluxes in time through forest ecosystems in the UK – soil response to pollution recovery.  Environmental Pollution 158, 1857-1869.

Moffat, A.J., Quine, C.P. and McKay, H. (2010).  The state of the natural environment.  Land use and the future of forestry (PDF-446K).  In: Land Use Futures: making the most of land in the 21st century.  Final Project Report, Government Office for Science, London.  

Vanguelova, E., Nisbet, T. and Moffat, A. (2009). Evaluation of carbon stocks in UK forest soils.  In 6th International Symposium on Ecosystem Behaviour BIOGEOMON 2009, L. Ukonmaanoho, T.M. Nieminen and M. Starr (eds.), Working Papers of the Finnish Forest Research Institute 128, pp. 320.

Moffat, A.J. (2009).  Start thinking now about climate change impacts on mineral restoration practice.  Mineral Planning 122, p.9.

Nijnik, M., Pajot, G., Moffat, A.J. and Slee, B. (2009).  Exploring opportunities of British forests to mitigate climate change (PDF-439K).  In Proceedings of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 17th Annual Conference, 24-27 June 2009, Amsterdam. 

Hutchings, T.R., Sinnett, D., Doick, K.J, Pediaditi, K. and Moffat, A.J. (2009). Integrated Remediation, Reclamation and Greenspace Creation on Brownfield Land (PDF-576K). CL:AIRE SUBR:IM bulletin SUB 11. CL:AIRE, London.

Moffat, A.J. and Sinnett, D.  (2009).  Landform design pays dividends.  Mineral Planning 121, 14-15.

Doick, K.J., Pediaditi, K., Moffat, A.J. and Hutchings, T.R. (2009).  Defining the sustainability objectives of brownfield regeneration to greenspace.  International Journal of Environmental Policy and Decision Making 10, 282-302.

McKay, H. and Moffat, A.J. (2008).  “Forests and soil guidelines” - a modern revision of high level UK forest soil policy. SEESOIL 17, 57-65.

van Herwijnen, R., Ouki, S.K., Al-Tabbaa, A., Moffat, A.J., Johns, M.L. and Hutchings, T.R. (2008).  The effect of two different composts on the performance and metal uptake of poplar growing on heavy metal contaminated soil.  SEESOIL 17, 39-48.

Moffat, A.J., Sinnett, D. and Hutchings, T.R.  (2008).  Containment landfill sites - how to retore to beneficial land-use without compromising pollution control systems.  Chemical Hazards and Poisons Report, September 2008, Issue 13.  Health Protection Agency, ISSN 1745 3763.

De Munck, C.S., Hutchings, T.R., and Moffat, A.J. (2008).  Impacts of climate change and establishing a vegetation cover on water erosion of contaminated spoils for two contrasting United Kingdom regional climates: a case study approach. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 4(4): 443-455.

Moffat, A.J., Hutchings, T.R., Tubby, I., Butt, K.R. and Lowe, C.N. (2008).  Experimental woodland establishment on brick clays in southern England.  Land Contamination and Reclamation 16 (3), 181-190.

Moffat, A.J. and Tubby, I. (2008).  Restored landfills – a wasted environmental resource?  Waste Planning 70, 3-5.

Kilbride, C, Poole, J., Hutchings, T.R., Rodriguez-Walters, O., Sinnett, D., Brunt, A. and Moffat, A.J. (2008).  Field portable X-ray Fluorescence (FPXRF): A rapid and low cost alternative for measuring metals and metalloids in soils (PDF-398K). CL:aire subr:im bulletin SUB 7, London, 4pp.

Anon (2008).  Woodland Establishment on Landfill sites: Ten Years of Research.  DCLG, London.

Moffat, A.J., Davies, S.A. and Finér, L. (2008).  Reporting the results of forest monitoring – an evaluation of the European forest monitoring programme.  Forestry 81, 75-90.

van Herwijnen, R., Sellers, G., Sinnett, D., Moffat, A.J., Hutchings, T.R., Al-Tabbaa, A. and Ouki, S. (2008).  The use of compost in the regeneration of brownfield land (PDF-409K).  CL:aire subr:im bulletin SUB 10, London, 4pp.

Moffat, A.J., Foot, K., Kennedy, F.M., Dobson, M.C. and Morgan, G. (2008).  Experimental tree planting on containment UK landfill sites: results of ten years monitoring.  Arboriculture & Urban Forestry 34(3), 163-172.

Moffat, A.J. and McKay, H.M. (2008).  The potential of British forests to recycle organic wastes.  Quarterly Journal of Forestry 102, 21-27.

Smith, S.E., Duru, U.E., Al-Tabbaa, A., De Munck, C., Moffat, A.J., Hutchings, T., Ridal, J., Garvin, S., Raco, M., Doak, J. and Dixon, T. (2007). Impact of and response to climate change in UK brownfield remediation (PDF-255K).  In: International Conference on Climate Change, 29-31 May 2007, Hong Kong.

Mooney, S.J., Foot, K., Hutchings, T.R. and Moffat, A.J. (2007). Micromorphological investigations into root penetration in a landfill mineral cap, Hertfordshire, UK.  Waste Management 27, 1225-1232.

Vanguelova, E., Barsoum, N., Benham, S., Broadmeadow, M., Moffat, A.J., Nisbet, T.R. and Pitman. R. (2007). Ten years of long-term environmental monitoring in British forests.  Forestry Commission Information Note 88, Edinburgh.

van Herwijnen, R., Al-Tabbaa, A., Hutchings, T.R., Moffat, A.J., Ouki, S.K. and Johns, M.L. (2007). The impact of waste compost-based soil amendments on the leaching behavior of a heavy metal contaminated soil.  Environmental Engineering Science 24, 897-904.

Moffat, A.J. and Hutchings, T.R. (2007). Greening brownfield land.  In: Sustainable Brownfield Regeneration.  Liveable places from problem spaces. (Eds T. Dixon, M. Raco, P. Catney and D. N. Lerner). Blackwells, Oxford.

Ouki, S., van Herwijnen, R., Harbottle, M., Hutchings, T., Al-Tabbaa, A., Johns, M. and Moffat, A. (2007).  Novel special-purpose composts for sustainable remediation.  In: Sustainable Brownfield Regeneration.  Liveable places from problem spaces.  (Eds T. Dixon, M. Raco, P. Catney and D. N. Lerner). Blackwells, Oxford.

Al-Tabbaa, A., Smith, S.E., Duru, U.E., Iyengar, S.R., De Munck, C., Moffat, A.J., Hutchings, T.R., Dixon, T., Doak, J., Garvin, S.L., Ridal, J., Raco, M. and Henderson, S. (2007).  Climate Change, Pollutant Linkage and Brownfield Regeneration (PDF-256K).  CL:AIRE subr:im bulletin SUB 3, London.

Harbottle, M.J., Mantle, M.D., Johns, M.L., van Herwijnen, R., Al-Tabbaa, A., Hutchings, T., Moffat, A. and Ouki, S. K. (2007).  Magnetic resonance imaging of the effect of zeolite on lithium uptake in poplar.  Environmental Science and Technology 41, 3444-3448.

Vanguelova, E.I., Nortcliff, S., Moffat, A.J. and Kennedy, F. (2007).  Short-term effects of manipulated increase in acid deposition on soil, soil solution chemistry and fine roots in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) stand on a podzol..  Plant and Soil 294, 41-54.

Vanguelova, E., Moffat, A. and Lynch, J. (2006).  Impact of forestry on soil quality in the UK.  In:  Milà i Canals, L., Basson, L., Clift, R., Müller-Wenk, R., Bauer, C., Hansen, Y. and Brandão, M. (eds) Expert Workshop on Definition of Best Indicators for Biodiversity and Soil Quality for Life Cycle Assessment (LCA).  Proceedings and Conclusions Guildford, 12-13 June 2006, 24-27.

Freer-Smith, P., Evans, S., Morgan, G., Ilvesniemi, H., Finer, L., Moffat, A., Derome, J., Humphrey, J., Laine, J., Michalak, R. and Pawlaczyk, P. (2006).  Development and review concerning Forest Focus (PDF-1.57Mb).  Final Report for EU Contract No C2 - 07 03 01/ 2004/396316/MAR/B3.

Hutchings, T.R., Sinnett, D., Peace, A. and Moffat, A.J. (2006). The effect Of woodland growth on a containment landfill site in Hertfordshire, UK.  Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 5, 169-176.

Villella, J., Sellers, G., Moffat, A.J. and Hutchings, T.R. (2006).  From contaminated site to premier urban greenspace: investigating the success of Thames Barrier Park, London. In: Brownfields III.  Prevention, assessment, rehabilitation and development of brownfield sites (eds C.A. Brebbia and U. Mander), WIT Press, Southampton, 153-162.

Doick, K., Sellers, G., Hutchings, T.R. and Moffat, A.J. (2006).  Brownfield sites turned green: realising sustainability in urban revival. In: Brownfields III.  Prevention, assessment, rehabilitation and development of brownfield sites (eds C.A. Brebbia and U. Mander), WIT Press, Southampton, 131-140.

Sellers, G., Hutchings, T.R. and Moffat, A.J. (2006).  Learning from experience: creating sustainable urban greenspaces from brownfield sites. In: Brownfields III.  Prevention, assessment, rehabilitation and development of brownfield sites (eds C.A. Brebbia and U. Mander), WIT Press, Southampton, 163-172.

Moffat, A.J. and Hutchings, T.R. (2006).  Brown + trees = green.  Urbio 11, 22.

Moffat, A.J., Jones, W.M. and Mason, W.L. (2006).  Managing brash on conifer clearfell sites.  Forestry Commission Practice Note 13, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh.

Sellers, G., Hutchings, T.R. and Moffat, A.J. (2006). Remediated materials - their potential use in urban greening.  SEESOIL 16, 47-59.

van Herwijnen, R., Gadepalle, V.P., Hutchings, T.R., Al-Tabbaa, A., Moffat, A.J., Johns, M.L. and Ouki, S.K. (2006).  How to remediate heavy metals contaminated sites with amended composts.  Proceedings of the SUBR:IM Conference 'Overcoming the barriers to brownfield regeneration', Imperial College, March 29th 2006, CL:AIRE, London.

Moffat, A.J. (2006).  Use of sewage sludges and composts in forestry.  Forestry Commission Information Note 79, Edinburgh.

Kirwan, N., Oliver, M.A., Moffat, A.J. and Morgan, G.W. (2005).  Sampling the soil in long term forest plots: the implications of spatial variation.  Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 111, 149-172.

Pitts, A., Benham, S., Straw, NA. and Moffat, A.J. (2005).  Evaluation of moth-trap data from Alice Holt Forest, Hampshire, 1966-2001: possible effects of changing climate on Macrolepidoptera.  Entomologist’s Gazette 56, 237-247.

Crow, P.G. and Moffat, A.J. (2005).  The management of the archaeological resource in UK wooded landscapes: an environmental perspective.  Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 7, 103-116.

Vanguelova, E.I., Nortcliff, S., Moffat, A.J. and Kennedy, F. (2005). Morphology, biomass and nutrient status of fine roots of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) as influenced by seasonal fluctuations in soil moisture and soil solution chemistry.  Plant and Soil 270, 233-247.

Moffat, A.J. and Hutchings, T.R. (2005). Greening of Brownfield Land. Proceedings of the SUBR:IM - Sustainable Urban Brownfield Regeneration: Integrated Management 1st Public Conference 1st March 2005, Natural History Museum, London.  CL:AIRE, London.

Lynch, J.M. and Moffat, A.J. (2005).  Bioremediation - prospects for the future application of innovative applied biological research.  Annals of Applied Biology 146, 217-221.

Moffat, A.J., Hutchings, T., Kilbride, C., Sellers, G., Sinnett, D. and van Herwijnen, R. (2004).  Turning brownfields green.  Green Places 8, 30-33.

Anon (2004).  Minerals Planning Policy (Wales).  Minerals Technical Advice Note (Wales).  1. Aggregates.  C.  Soil.  Welsh Government, Cardiff. (PDF-473K)

Butt, K.R., Lowe, C.N., Frederickson, J. and Moffat, A.J. (2004).  The development of sustainable earthworm populations at Calvert Landfill Site UK.  Land Degradation and Development 15, 27-36.

Moffat, A.J. (2004). Silviculture: reclamation of mining lands.  In: Burley, J., Evans, J. and Youngqvist, J. (eds), Encyclopedia of Forest Sciences. Academic Press, London.

Moffat, A.J. (2004). Captain SUBR:IM gets seasick. (PDF-204K)

Moffat, A.J., Kennedy, F. and Rayner, B. (2003).  The answer lies in the soil!  Forestry & British Timber May 2003, 19-20.
Moffat, A.J. and Laing, J. (2003).  An audit of woodland performance on reclaimed land in England.  Arboricultural Journal 27, 11-25.

Moffat, A.J. (2003).  Grounds for optimism.  The Chartered Forester 4/2003, 12-13.

Wood, M. J., Carling, P. A. and Moffat, A. J. (2003).  Reduced ground disturbance during mechanized forest harvesting on sensitive forest soils in the UK. Forestry 76 (3), 345-361.

Moffat, A.J. (2003).  Indicators of soil quality for UK forestry.  Forestry 76 (5), 547-568.

Wood, M.J., Moffat, A.J. and Carling, P.A. (2003).  Improving the design of slash roads used to reduce soil disturbance during mechanised harvesting of coniferous forest plantations in the UK.  International Journal of Forest Engineering 14, 11-23.

Hutchings, T.R., Moffat, A.J. and French, C.J. (2002).  Soil compaction under timber harvesting machinery:  a preliminary report on the role of brash mats in its prevention.  Soil Use and Management 18, 34-38.

Moffat, A.J., Kvaalen, H., Solberg, S. and Clarke, N. (2002).  Temporal trends in throughfall and soil water chemistry at three Norwegian forests, 1986–1997.  Forest Ecology and Management 168, 15–28.

Moffat, A.J. and Kennedy, F. (2002).  Indicators of soil quality for UK forestry.  In: Loveland, P.J. and Thompson, T.R.E. (eds), Identification and development of a set of national indicators for soil quality.  Environment Agency Research & Development Project Record P5-053/PR/02, 77-104.

Moffat, A.J. (2002).  The state of British forests at the beginning of the 21st century.  International Forestry Review 4, 171-183.

Vanguelova, E., Nortcliff, S., Kennedy, F.M., and Moffat, A.J. (2002).  The effects of Al on Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) root development and nutrient uptake.  17th WCSS Abstracts, Vol. II, Symposium No. 14, pp. 584.  Paper no. 2125 in the Proceedings of the 17th World Congress of Soil Science, 14-21 August 2002, Bangkok, Thailand.

Hutchings, T.R., Moffat, A.J. and Stubbs, I. (2001).  Woodland restoration of contaminated land.  In Forest Research Annual Report and Accounts 1999-2000, 30-37.  The Stationery Office, Edinburgh.

Moffat, A.J., Armstrong, A.T. and Ockleston, J. (2001).  The optimization of sewage sludge and effluent disposal on energy crops of short rotation hybrid poplar.  Biomass and Bioenergy 20, 161-169.

McRae, S.G., Bending, N.A.D. and Moffat, A.J. (2001).  Land reclamation in the UK using spoils and wastes from mines and quarries as soil-forming materials.  In:  Proceedings of the 25th Annual Canadian Land Reclamation Association and the 4th Annual International Affiliation of Land Reclamationists Meetings, September 17-20, 2000, Edmonton, Alberta, CD.

Moffat, A.J. (2001).  Increasing woodland in urban areas in the UK – meeting ecological and environmental standards.  In:  Forests in a Changing Landscape.  Proceedings of the 16th Commonwealth Forestry Conference, Fremantle, WA, 18-25th April 2001, 195-204.  Promaco Conventions Pty Ltd, Canning Bridge, WA.

Kennedy, F., Rowell, D., Moffat, A.J. and Singh, B. (2001).  An analysis of the structure of the simple mass balance equation: implications for testing national critical load maps.  Water, Air and Soil Pollution: Focus 1, 281-298.

Bardos, P., French, C., Lewis, A., Moffat, A. and Nortcliff, S. (2001).  Marginal land restoration scoping study: information review and feasibility study.  Ex Site Research Project Report 1.  Land Quality Press, Nottingham, 104 pp.

Moffat, A.J. (2001).  Environmental change: predicting effects and protecting forests.  Forestry & British Timber April 2001, 17-19.

Wood, M., Moffat, A.J. and Carling, P.  (2001).  Soil protection during mechanised forest harvesting.  Forestry and British Timber 30 (7), 20-22.

Hutchings, T.R., Moffat, A.J. and Kemp, R.A. (2001).  Effects of rooting and tree growth of selected woodland species on cap integrity in a clay capped landfill site. Waste Management and Research 19, 193-200.

Moffat, A.J. (2001).  Increasing woodland in urban areas in the UK – meeting ecological and environmental standards.  International Forestry Review 3, 198-205.

Vanguelova, E., Nortcliff, S., Kennedy, F.M., and Moffat, A.J. (2001).  Soil
acidification and Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) root response. Proceedings of the 6th symposium of the International Society of Root Research, November 11-15, Nagoya, Japan. Root Research Vol. 10, Extra issue N: 1, pp. 172-173.

Bending, N.A.D., Moffat, A.J. and McRae, S.G. (2000).  The use of soil-forming materials in land reclamation.  Mineral Planning 82, 3-8.

Bending, N.A.D., Moffat, A.J. and McRae, S.G. (2000).  The use of waste materials in land reclamation.  Waste Planning 34, 11-13.

Moffat, A.J. and Bending, N.A.D. (2000). Replacement of soil and soil-forming materials by loose tipping in reclamation to woodland.  Soil Use and Management 16, 75-81.

Moffat, A.J. (2000). Effects of inoculation with Frankia on the growth and nutrition of alder species and interplanted Japanese larch on restored mineral workings.  Forestry 73, 215-223.

Kennedy, F.M., Hutchings, T.R. and Moffat, A.J. (2000). Woodland Establishment on Landfill Sites - Site Monitoring (PDF-774K)

Moffat, A.J. (2000). Soil sustainability. ICF News.4/2000, 6-7.

Bending, N.A.D. and Moffat, A.J.  (2000). Wood residues used to amend coal minespoils for forest reclamation in Wales.  In: Henry, C.L., Harrison, R.B. and Bastian, R.K. (eds), The Forest Alternative.  Principles and practice of residuals use, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, 225-229.

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